Celebrity Big Brother 2018: You won’t BELIEVE which male stars joining | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV


The line-up will include a legendary England footballer along with reports of an American singer and a former The Apprentice star.

John Barnes

Earlier in the week, it was confirmed former England footballer John, 54, who played for Liverpool and England during his football career, will head into the house tonight.

The father-of-seven currently works as a commentator and pundit for ESPN and he is also well known for recording a rap in the official song for England’s 1990 football World Cup campaign, World In Motion.

Jonny Mitchell

Love Island star Jonny, 26, shot to fame on the match-making reality show last year.

He recently spilt up with Made In Chelsea star Stephanie Pratt after a brief romance at the end of 2016. 

Shane Lynch

Shane, 41, will be following in the footsteps of his sister Edele Lynch who appeared on the show in 2014. 

He is best known for being part of Irish band Boyzone who produced chart-topping hits Love Me For A Reason and No Matter What. 

Dapper Laughs

Dapper Laughs, real name Daniel O’Reilly, is a British stand up comedian from Clapham Common in London.

The 27-year-old caused controversy in 2014 after he claimed a female audience member at one of his shows was “gagging for a rape”. 

Andrew Brady

Andrew, 26, was a candidate on last year’s The Apprentice but got fired by Lord Alan Sugar after failing to impress him in several tasks. 

The Project Engineer from Cheshire made the headlines in 2017 after having a fling with his Apprentice co-star Anisa Topaz.


Ginuwine, 47, is a an American R&B singer whose real name is Elgin Baylor Lumpkin.

The hitmaker – who has nine children with five different women – is most famous for his huge track, Pony. 

Wayne Sleep

Wayne, 68, had a very successful career as a dancer for the Royal Ballet and was a judge on ITV series Stepping Out in 2013. 

He is openly bisexual and married his husband José Bergera in 2008. 

Courtney Act

RuPaul’s Drag Race star Courtney, 35, real name Shane Jenek, appeared on the Netflix smash hit in 2014.

The performer was also on Australian Idol in 2003 and finished in 13th place. 

Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on Channel 5.

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